Groucho Marx & Virginia O'Brien. Publicity photo for Groucho's radio show "Pabst Blue Ribbon Town" (1943) Courtesy of Robert Strom author of the forthcoming authorized biography "Virginia O'Brien: MGM's Deadpan Diva". BearManor Media 2017. Facebook: Virginia O'Brien: MGM's Deadpan Diva Topic: Virginia O'Brien Groucho Marx
Carole Landis and Groucho Marx perform O The Desert O The Prairie on a 1943 radio show ~ To see more Carole Landis please visit http://www.carolelandis.net Topics: radio, 1943, groucho marx, carole landis
An Evening With Groucho and An Evening With George Burns for those who want to hear these without having to click on several tracks at once... favoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Groucho Marx, George Burns, Old Time Radio
Click here for the Groucho Marx Channel over at The Naked Gord Program for a bevy more of the great Jack Benny! Join the great Groucho Marx in this routine from Pabst Blue Ribbon radio program where Groucho travels from 1944 to 2044 to see how Pabst's has progrssed over the last 100 years. Also features Gene Tierney and Leo Gorcey from the Bower Boys (aka Dead End Kids and East Side Kids). Runs 11 minutes. Topics: Groucho Marx, Marx Brothers, Old Time Radio, OTR, Leo Gorcey
(35 Episodes - 3 INC) "You Bet Your Life Game Show" with Groucho Marx OTR * def gp ddh favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Old Time Radio, OTR Game Show, OTR Comedy, * Groucho Marx
Groucho Marx, Danny Kaye, Ella Fitzgerald, and Jimmy Durante singing Blackstrap Molasses & Wheat-germ Bread. Song from a radio show in early 1950s, audio is creative-commons permissions from Internet Archive. Art & animation by Duff Hendrickson & Cosmo Spacey. Topic: Duff Hendrickson Groucho Marx Ella Fitzgerald Danny Kaye Jimmy Durante
Groucho Marx guests on this complete episode of Birdeye's Open House from 04/19/1945 Click here for the Groucho Marx Channel over at The Naked Gord Program for a bevy more of the great Jack Benny! Topics: Groucho Marx, Groucho, Marx, Marx Brothers, OTR, Old Time Radio
Episode of the popular 50's TV series "You Bet Your Life" starring Groucho Marx. Complete with DeSoto commercials. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 15 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Groucho Marx, 50's Television, Fifties
Groucho Marx - Press Conference, London, June 1965 Groucho was in the UK to do a series of shows ("Groucho", 5 shows x 30min, ITV, 17th June 1965 - 15th July 1965) and this is a press conference Groucho gave when he arrived in the UK, so it would have taken place sometime before 17th June 1965. Topics: Groucho, Marx, Groucho Marx, Marx Brothers, Marx Bros
Dear Warner Bros., Apparently there is more than one way of conquering a city and holding it as your own. For example, up to the time that we contemplated making this picture, I had no idea that the city of Casablanca belonged exclusively to Warner Brothers. However, it was only a few days after our announcement appeared that we received your long, ominous legal document warning us not to use the name Casablanca. It seems that in 1471, Ferdinand Balboa Warner, your great-great-grandfather,... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topic: Groucho Marx Warner Brothers A night in Casablanca
The 1952 comedy A Girl In Every Port starring Groucho Marx, Marie Wilson, William Bendix, and pin-up girl Chili Williams ~ You can learn more about Chili Williams @ http://www.chiliwilliams.com Topics: chili williams, comedy, 1952, groucho marx, marie wilson, william bendix
Jack visits Groucho for a vacation away from his radio show and doesn't want to hear anything about radio, but that's all everyone wants to talk to him about. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Pabst Blue Ribbon Town, Groucho Marx, Comedy, OTR
(39 Episodes) "You Bet Your Life" Game Show with Groucho Marx This is a follow-up page for previous title of "You Bet Your Life 35 Eps". (I have explained my reason for this page on the original page, in the reviews section). OTR * def gp ddh ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Old Time Radio, OTR Game Show, OTR Comedy, * Groucho Marx
Virginia O'Brien sings her version of Rock-A-Bye-Baby from the Marx's Brother's film The Big Store (1941). Courtesy of Robert Strom author of the forthcoming authorized biography "Virginia O'Brien: MGM's Deadpan Diva". BearManor Media 2017. Facebook: Virginia O'Brien: MGM's Deadpan Diva Topics: Virginia O'Brien, Groucho Marx, The Big Store 1941
Groucho Marx stars in this classic episode of Mail Call as heard on the Armed Forces Radio Network. Click here for the Groucho Marx Channel over at The Naked Gord Program for a bevy more of the great Jack Benny! Topics: Groucho Marx, OTR, Old Time Radio, comedy, Mp3, Free, download, Naked Gord Program, nakedgord.org
Groucho Marx - You Bet Your Life A collection of episodes from the first two radio seasons. First the "Pilot" or "Audition show", broadcast on CBS (There's a "Columbia Broadcasting System" announcement at the end). When I first got this episode about 20 years ago it circulated as "Pilot, 1947" but has since acquired the date of 15th September 1947. The first season ran on ABC (so it changed networks after the pilot!) from 27th October 1947 to 22nd... Topics: groucho, marx, groucho marx, marx brothers, marx bros, you bet your life, otr
Eve Arden is looking for Steve and runs into Jack Benny and Groucho Marx along the way. Steve and Eve play a married Hollywood movie star couple. Topics: Steve Allen, Eve Arden, Jack Benny, Groucho Marx, Comedy, Old Time Radio, OTR
In this episode Jarrod shares stories about how his love for acting and performing started and answers many questions, one of them being âWho is Chase McGovern?â Plus Charley announces a sponsor for the show! Well, kind of. Quote of the episode: âThat was ... that was it and I never looked back from that moment. That was what changed my life. Changed my life that moment did.â **Mr. Marx appears courtesy of the chaotic prattle and vibrations of Mr. Millerâs larynx, and the marvelous... Topics: Jarrod Weintraub, sea world, amazon, podcast, Charley Miller, entertainment, comedy, Groucho Marx,...
The secret word is "Floor", and Grouchos' first contestants are a mail girl and truck driver. Next is a housewife and door-to-door salesman, and last is a wine grower and steam bath operator. Topics: You Bet You Life, Groucho Marx, Comedy, Game Show, Old Time Radio, OTR
Groucho Marx is at Jack's house playing a strenuous game of checkers until Jack has to get to the studio. The cast presents the murder mystery play, "The Gilroy Murder Case," or "He must have been a Sword Swallower, because it was an inside job." Topics: Jack Benny Program, Jack Benny, Groucho Marx, Comedy, Old Time Radio, OTR
First song by Peggy Lee and Bing is "Little Jack Frost, Get Lost." Groucho is upset over his introduction, and being in the dog house because of Bing. Groucho and Bing sing a duet. Topics: Bing Crosby Show, Bing Crosby, Groucho Marx, Music, Comedy, Old Time Radio, OTR
Groucho Marx - You Bet Your Life A collection of episodes recorded from the TV, two episodes from the 1955-56 season, seven episodes from the 1959-60 season, and two episodes from the 1960-61 season. They're incomplete in parts, I suppose the person who recorded them was trying to save tape. Also there were some speed fluctuations which I've tried to fix somewhat, although they're not perfect. The 1955-56 & 1959-60 seasons were broadcast on a different day to the radio versions but I've... Topics: groucho, marx, groucho marx, marx brothers, marx bros, you bet your life, otr
Hugo Z. Hackenbush ( Groucho Marx ) is a veterinarian who is hired as chief of staff for the Standish Sanitarium, owned by Judy Standish ( Maureen O'Sullivan ), at the insistence of her most important patient, the rich Mrs. Upjohn, ( Margaret Dumont ), who insists on being treated only by Dr. Hackenbush. The Sanitarium has fallen on hard times, and banker J.D. Morgan ( Douglas Dumbrille ) is attempting to gain control of it. Judy hopes that Mrs. Upjohn will make a large donation and stop that... Topic: Groucho Marx Harpo Marx Chico Marx Allan Jones Maureen O'Sullivan Dudley Dickerson
This week our guest is Filmmaker / Photographer Carleton Torpin who speaks to Groucho about his endevours and how Filmmaking and photography has evolved over the last century. Carletonâs movies and videos can be found on Vimeo Plus Charley reflects on the 1992 Los Angelses riots and Rodney King http://RandomVarietyShow.com VOICEMAIL: (619) 407-8770 Quote of the episode: âAlthough hipsters use stuff because they wanna look ironic, I used it âcause I really wanted to get that look, so ...... Topics: podcast, Charley Miller, entertainment, comedy, Groucho Marx, interview, pivot, impersonation,...
Groucho Marx - You Bet Your Life Four episodes from the 1949/50 season which don't appear to be available on the net so far. Whenever I've downloaded episodes with these dates they always turn out to be some other episode wrongly dated. These are the correct ones. Fresh transfers from cassette. And in case anyone already has the wrongly dated ones and wants to know what they are: Mar 29: A copy purporting to be this episode with secret word "Name" is 1950.04.19. Jun 21: A copy... Topics: groucho, marx, groucho marx, marx brothers, marx bros, you bet your life, otr
Groucho and Chico try to make a living as Hollywood agents. Preview of the Marx Brothers film "A Day At The Races." Topics: Marx Brothers, Groucho Marx, Chico Marx, A Day at the Races, Comedy, Old Time Radio, OTR
First episode of a series which aired for 20 episodes. Pretty much a talk show disguised as a game show. Groucho Marx is the star. Note: Two of the media players on my computer won't play this file, one of them does, and my Blu-ray/DVD player correctly played it off a USB stick. So I have no idea how the streaming version is gonna turn out. (thanks for letting me know the streaming version works) favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Television, Groucho Marx, Talk show, Game show, 1962, 1960s
"You Bet Your Life" episode from February 9, 1956, secret word "Door". Starring Groucho Marx. The first contestant to play 'You bet your life' is a Mrs. Helen Schwartz, the mother of movie actor Tony Curtis. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, 50's Television, 1950's, Game Show, Quiz, NBC, Groucho Marx, 1956
Groucho's contestants include a Jokey and a bookmobile librarian, then Mr. Don Park with Mrs. Pickert, and lastly, Nina Molier with Jack Wright. Secret Word is 'Chair'. Topics: You Bet Your Life, Quiz Show, Groucho Marx, George Fenneman, Old Time Radio, OTR, 1952
Groucho Marx - You Bet Your Life - Unedited These episodes are unedited. They run for around 60 minutes each. More was recorded than was needed and then the recordings were edited down to the half hour episodes that were broadcast a few weeks later. These were copied from reel to 90 or 60 min cassettes with auto-reverse which missed approx 0.4 of a sec as it turned the cassette. Where it was available, the missing piece from the broadcast version of the episode has been patched in. Sometimes it... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Groucho, Marx, Groucho Marx, Marx Brothers, Marx Bros, You Bet Your Life, OTR
Dubya matches wits with Groucho while the show's new writers get Spaulding's monkey sense tingling. Topics: Funny or Die Video Archive, Bet Your Life, Dubya Bush, Groucho Marx, In You, Monkey, The Monkey,...
Host Georgie Jessel introduces Al Jolson who sings "Rosie You Are My Posey", then sings "Give My Regards To Broadway" with Georgie. Groucho Marx sings "Dr. Hackenbush" and then preforms a scene with Chico Marx from their film "A Day At The Races." Topics: Hollywood Hotel, Georgie Jessel, Al Jolson, Groucho Marx, Chico Marx, Music, Comedy, Old Time...
The Random Variety Show Podcast with Charley Miller Season 02 - Episode 01 - One Year Anniversary Show! To celebrate our one year anniversary we have a very special guest this episode - someone that Groucho found while searching the internet, the disembodied voice of Sir Reginald Johnson Walker V, a narrator, storyteller and sound designer. Reginald shares his story about how he came to be. During random ramblings, Charley is overly excited about celebrating a year of podcasting that we hear... Topics: Voice actor, british dialect, Reginald Johnson Walker, anniversary, podcast, Charley Miller,...
Groucho and Chico Marx play Flywheel and Ravelli, who, after stowing away aboard ship impersonate a famous explorer to get ashore and are invited to the home of Mrs. Rivington on Long Island. Topics: Five Star Theater, Marx Brothers, Flywheel Shyster & Flywheel, Groucho Marx, Chico Marx,...
Community radio show that explores the American psyche by pairing music, comedy bits, and old time radio with movies in a very "tongue in cheek" way. This particular episode features "A Night At The Opera." See facebook page for setlist. www.facebook.com/ohbejoyfulamericanradiohour or www.ohbejoyfulamericanradiohour.tumblr.com OBJARH@gmail.com Topics: Oh Be Joyful American Radio Hour, OBJARH, The Marx Brothers, Groucho Marx, A Night At The Opera,...
Al Jolson and Georgie Jessel sing "Give My Regards To Broadway". Groucho Marx sings and performs a skit with brother Chico from their movie "A Day At The Races". Topics: Hollywood Hotel, Georgie Jessel, Al Jolson, Marx Brothers, Groucho Marx, Chico Marx, Music, Comedy,...
Ronald Colman hosts this variety show beginning with Cary Grant singing Mad Dogs and Englishmen. Chico Marx accuses Groucho of owing him money. Ronald Colman performs in a drama about a doctor who meets desperate strangers with a wounded man while driving on a road through Gettysburg. Carole Lombard tells Cary what it would be like if women ran the world. Ronald Colman reads a speech of Socrates after he was condemned to death. Topics: The Circle, Ronald Colman, Carole Lombard, Cary Grant, Chico Marx, Groucho Marx, Comedy, Variety,...
"You Bet Your Life" episode from May 13, 1954, secret word "House". Starring Groucho Marx. One of the contestant to play 'You bet your life' is Laura LaPlante, movie star of the silent film era. With original commercials. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, 50's Television, 1950's, Game Show, Quiz, NBC, De Soto, Plymouth, Groucho Marx, 1954
Random Variety Show Podcast Season 1 - Episode 00 - Prequel This is the episode that explains it all! The who, what, where, when and how of everything pertaining to The Random Variety Show Podcast (RVSP!) In this episode Charley explains the origins of this podcast and how his general enthusiasm for podcasts started; as well as the general flow and expectations of the show. And as a special bonus feature we have an interview with the legendary, one and only, Groucho Marx**! EMAIL:... Topics: random, variety, show, podcast, Charley Miller, entertainment, comedy, Groucho Marx, satire,...
The Random Variety Show Podcast with Charley Miller Season 02 - Episode 05 - Guest Podcaster Nick Gauss from Divided by Zero Podcast Our guest this episode Nick Gauss chats with Groucho about how he and his friends created the podcast Divided by Zero, his web comic Black Sock his experience as a parent, plus a little bit of how he and our previous guest Brian Sparks (S01 E20) became friends! Follow Nick on Twitter! Listen to his podcast Divided by Zero on iTunes and be sure to check in on his... Topics: Nick Gauss, Divided by Zero, black sock, comic, podcast, Charley Miller, entertainment, comedy,...